Want to Get Out of Debt? Join the #Debtmovement!

Sometimes, what you need is a little extra push to help you get out of debt. The #Debtmovement aims to help you do just that.

Once again, my buddy Jeff at Good Financial Cents is spearheading a financial movement. And this time it’s huge. The Debt Movement is all about helping consumers pay down $10 million in debt in 90 days.

Through the power of together, and with the help of sponsors (I am one), it will be possible for you to get a head start on your financial goal to get out of debt. It’s all about turbo-charging your debt pay down, and getting excited about making real changes in the next 90 days to reduce your debt.

How Can You Join the Debt Movement?

Jeff is partnering with the site ReadyForZero for the Debt Movement. You can sign up at the Debt Movement web site and become eligible to win one of several scholarships that can help you pay down your debt. You can sign up for the mailing list, as well as enter your debts into ReadyForZero. ReadyForZero makes it easy to create a practical debt plan that can help you get on track with your debt goals.

On top of keeping track of your individual progress, you will also be able to see the power of everyone’s efforts as we all work toward the goal of paying down $10 million in debt over the next 90 days.

It can help to have a support system around you as you make the effort to get out of debt. This type of movement is just what many consumers need to really help them kickstart their financial futures. I know how hard it can be to get out of debt. I still have my student loans, and I struggled with credit card debt for years. Something like this would have been perfect for me, and I hope that, if you are trying to get out of debt, you take advantage of this great movement.

Written by Miranda Marquit

Miranda Marquit is a freelance writer and professional blogger, specializing in personal finance, small business, and investing topics. She writes for a number of financial web sites and blogs, and has been featured in numerous media. Read about life as a freelancer at MirandaMarquit.com and in her book Confessions of a Professional Blogger.

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